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THJ OMAHA BEE !
official PAiMJii of Tin: city.
Tli!, OMAHA DAILY BEE
In servul In suhscrilicrs Iijr carrier, lo any
part i1 the ilti, every evening, (Mundays ex
cepted,) nt niic-ii cents Tweek, or 81.73 cr
quarter t.V) for nix mouth, ami I7.(W k r nil
mini, when iall In advance.
farrier ure not allowcl Ik receive mo'cy for
sulxirlptlon., or to fit tuples of the Daily
All rnmi,t.itnt about Irrfxnlarltlo", nil.lrc.nl
lo this ollkt' Kill n-cive prompt attention,
TlIK OMAHA Daily IlkK will lie mallei In
siilxcrlbur. t Ih" fnliorlii,rate, payable Iiivh
rl.iUjr In advance
J7.no pr annum.
:.fi) " month..
1.7.1 " .1 "
Tin: Omaha Duly Hkk Ilk by tit the
I.A Killer limitation In tho clly. ami I.,
therefore, Hie Inwl ami i luiiKt advertising
IIatm or AnvKr.rHlMii. tieil notices., 2S
enl per lino ; IockI advertisements, (transient)
15 cents p;r line) Iijr Iho month, 10 cents. No
advertisement lN;rlol for le tli.u 50 cents.
Special Iiotlies, IWciits per lino; slnjde Inscr
lluii, not lo) tlinti 2.5 cents.
'1 rjinlciit nbvrrl laments muU Inrathldy to
paid for In advaim.
lutes fur standing advertisements by tieilal
All 1i-g.il Notice, Statements, Talmlar
Work, etc., requiring careful revblun by copy,
or proof to Ui furnished, must uo handed In
li.'f.iro tun o'clock . II, to luiiire Insertion tho
tysclal an I Idc.iI advertisements licforo two
'dock i'. m.
Advertisement before one o'clock p, M.
All udviTtlseiiicuts for the Wkkkly Hkk
mini hu handed In beforo Monday noon, for the
ssmo neck's lsuo.
On and after October twenty-flrst, IST2, tho
city cliciibtlon of tho Daily IIkis Ii assumed
by Mr. IMwIn Davis, to whoo order all sub
n l r 1 1 1 1 1 o 1 1 not piM at tho olllce will be p.ijralile,
and by whom all receipt furaiilncrlptlous will
I!. IKHKWATEIt, Publisher.
AKItlYAI. AM) DEPAKTUUE OP
I.KATC. ' Aiintrn.
Pilly Express. . ,.1I:WA.M. 1:00 P.M.
"ally Mixed t!;00 P.M. ,:( P. M.
Iltlly t'ruUit 7.0UA.M. 1:431'. M.
I'lili'iiuo, Uiirlliiutott A' ?(lotirl
I'aclfic Express. .4t;-i0 1'. M. M0:CO A. M-
Hull 'WIA.M. II):001,.M.
Mundtys excepted. t.Mmiilsys excepted.
i:iilcm;i, Uncle Inland .V I'uulflc.
Mall r,:fiOA.M. IISWP.M.
Kspres blOI'.M, WJOA.M.
Sundays excepted. t.Momlajs excepted.
Chicago A. NortliwcHtcrn.
Hall 'IHO A.M. llt.TUP.M.
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liTcnlDK Kxpre 1:T0 1'. M. 5:!ifl 1. M.
Miualin tc Boiitlnvcalern mill lltir
lltKilou ami AllKMutiri Ulvcr In
Hull Kxnrcas S. SO A.M. 10:40 A.M.
Mixed 3:1)1'. .M. J. JO l'.M.
Dally except Hiindayi.
OiiihIiii Ac NorlliXTratcrn and Mloux
Vlty ti i'uclllc.
MallKxpror 8:30 A.M. 2:5.-, V. M.
Dally except Sundays.
Omiilbnrea and Baggage Waijnna lenre tho
olllce, corner rarnlnim and Ninth afreet, tlf.
teen intnutca In advance of the ubuvo ltallniad
Oliciilii- itml Cloilng or Mails hi
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Mllcn open Sundays, from 12 to 1 r. M.
On Baturday CoHtnlilo W. V.
Snowdcn nrrcstcd Alonzo C. llutiton,
John Ellis, nntl Henry Wilson on the
chnrgo of cutting timber on land one
and a half miles south of tho city,
claimed by George M. Mills. Tho
oaso was brought beforo Justice Lytic,
whon a chango of venuo was taken
to Justice Thurston, and tho trial net
for next Saturday, the defendants
boing allowed to appear on their own
recognizance. This same matter was
brought up bofore Judge Porter for
trial on tho 11th hut. Mr. Mills in
troduced his titlo to tho land, and
Itunton claimed it by possession, hav
ing a houso on it, and living there.
Judge Porter dismissed tho caso on
tho ground that ho had no jurisdic
tion in cases where tho titlo of land
was brought into question.
HOLD YOUR HORSES.
. Epizootic Out Dono.
Notwithstanding tho ravage.! of
this diseaso wo iiro prepared, and
shall continue to deliver soft water
to any order in any part of tho city
at our usual rates.
duc7-tf Fi.irrciuni & Iuuuaud.
Two pianos for rent cheap, by
decOcodtf S. A. Taylou, & Co.
Fine Jewelry made to order, and
watches ropaircd at Whipplo & Han
dera, 2G1, Douglas St, near lfith.
II.u'kuIii fur llliit'ltmnlilii,
The lilat'lcsmith-ahup and tools,
formerly known as Dennis' Shop, for
mtlo cheap. II. Ui:uTiroi.i,
Douglas street, between 10th and 11th
Don't fail to call at Strasburg &
Co.'s Art Gallery, corner lath and
Farnham streets, for a superior holi
day photograph. declltf
TuitKiiYR, Geese, Ducks, Chickens,
dressed or ulivo; also, nil kinds of
Game and Fish always to bo found
at 203 Douglas street. dccl7tf
TliKitMOMirrats at Goodman's.
Ladies and Mhscs go and buy first
quality of imported hair, at half
price, at tho Omaha Hair Store, 1-Hh
street, opposite the post oiliec.
Hkavv custom made clothing and
iucii'h underwear, of the best material,
manufactui-cd for tho house at lowest
prices, at M. Klgutter, 200 Farnlmm
street, Omaha, Nob. dec-ltf
Ln'DIAX curiosities tit 10'J Farnhain
Go lo Urash's for latest stylcsof hats
and capti. dccStf
Ladum furs to be closed out at
Ikash's vlnthiug store. dco2tf
'Oiiialiu lire villi'.
I Wet, foggy, and uilppcry.
Tho confectioners are buy filling
The various City Council Com
mlttccs will meet this evening.
The old nntl now year was the
subject of ceveral sermons latt even
ing. Tin' District Court adjourned
Saturday till next Thursday morning,
when what little busines remains
will be finished.
Dr. McClclland,couuty physician,
reports twenty paupers remaining in
tho county poor house, lor the week
ending Saturday, Dec. 28.
A boy, born on the Union Pacific
railroad's western bound train, near a
littlo town in Utah Territory, has
been named "Ulysses Pacific."
A couple of 'busses wcro engaged
this morning of Homaii to tnke out a
party or children to Mr. Patrick's,
thrco miles from town, on tho mili
Shoaf's nail has been finely
decorated for the ball of Kngiuo Co.
No. 2, which takes place to-morrow
evening. The room will bo comfor
The material for tho repairing of
Lngine iSo. 3, arrived yesterday
morning, and tho stcamor is now be
ing made ready for service, and will
bo as good as new in a few days.
Wc asked Gen. for sonic
news to-day, and he replied that tho
onlynowsy thing ho knew of, was
that n North Omaha lady this morn
ing came within ono of having twins.
The recovery of the horses from
tho epizootic nro making the oxen
sick. A first-class team of the slow
going critters and a good wagon only
brought a hundred dollars at auction
Tho new year is almost at hand
and a general "swearing oil'" is now
in order. A fellow who slipped down
on Farnhain street this morning,
sworo a bluo streak, that ho wouldn't
do it again if ho could help him
sjlf. Arthur Jeficrson, a colored man,
raised a disturbance nt tho houso of
Daniel Wright, (colored) on Saturday
evening, and himself and Wright
wore both nrrcstcd and spent Sunday
in jail. Thoy were discharged at tho
Polico Court this morning.
A certain gentleman sent fifteen
cents worth of candy and fifteen dol
lars as a Christmas present to a
girl Sho acted the part of-a fool
when khc tjto tho candy, and indig
nantly returned tho money to tho
generous donor. No names.
Col. Henry Nutt, or Council
lllulTs, had his housa burglarized
Sunday morning. All tho valuable
silverware in tho hoii'-o was taken,
but was finally recovered. Tho ser
vant girl was frightened almost to
death when tho Colonel " lit out"
after tho burglar.
Wo would suggest to tome ofour
citizens tho propriety of not giving
any moro "pointers" concerning Dr.
Plummer and his maro to tho travel
ing minstrels and other shows that
may happen to visit Omaha, as tho
amusement going public are heartily
tired of hearing pointless jokes from
the stage in regard to him and his
Probably ono of tho best boot
and shoo makers west of Chicago is
Henry Webber, who has been in
business in this city sovoral years,
and during that timo has built up it
splendid reputation in his trade, lie
strictly observes threo rules 1st, to
givon pcricct fit; 2d, to supply the
very best stock ; and 3d, to charge
tho very lowest prices consistent with
tho two previous rules. In addition
to his own manufacture, ho keeps a
woll-sclccted assortment of ladies and1
gentlemen's goods, which he almost
gives away. There is no telling to
what elevated position Webber's
business may yet lead him, and when
ho gets there, wo hopo that, like
Grant, ho'll remember his friends.
Do not forget that tho finest assort
ment of candies for tho holidays is at
Latoy's Candy Factory, Douglas,
corner 12th. Kvery variety of fino
cake, pastry, &c, on hand and mado
on short notice. decl8tf
Omaha Haiii Sronr. 11th atrcot,
botween Douglas and Dodge, opposite
tho postofilce, has the largost stock of
human hair west of Chicago. Switch
es at half prico. All kinds of hair
work dono to order. 23 tf
Oni: car load of window glass just
received at C. F. Goodman's.
Tin: public is hereby inlormed that
M. Hellman & Co., 221 and 223, cor
of Farnhain and 13th, nro selling off
their extensive stock of clothing and
furnishing goods at "very low fig
ures," as they "must" make room for
their next spring goods. Now is tho
time to buy a supply for tho winter
and biiyo your money.
Vi.'ky fino prcsovorcd fruits at
Pundt's. ' smt2w
Tin: reason Mrs. excclia in hor
supper parties, is that she buys hor
cakes of Latoy, Douglas and 12th.
SiinunY, Madolra, Malaga and Port
Wiirs at Pundt's. smt2w
Ir docs not cost anything to sco
tho magnificent display of confection
ory nt II. L. Latoy's, Douglas, corner
of 12 street. dccOtf
OFF FOR CHICAGO.
, A "VVifd ISlopoa with a Young
Takes two Children and $2G0
Tho Boroavod Huuband
Wants to aoll out his
That jKirtioii of South Omaha ly
ing in the vicinity of tho brewing
estnlismcnt of Hrewer & Ucinis, was
thrown into a little excitement yester
day by nn elopement which took place
In a neat littlo' cottage, located near
the new street that runs to tho bot
toms, south of tho brewery, lives Peter
P.asmussen, it Dane. About two
months ago, a young man named
Slmonson nrrived in this city from
Denmark, nnd becoming acquainted
with Itasmusyui, ho began boarding
at his house. Ho worked at nothing,
but seemed to have plenty of money,
ns ho always paid his board bills
promptly. Now Hasiuusicn, who is
a middle-aged man, had a wife,
young.bcing but twenty-six years of
age, comely and fair to look upon.
Kasmusscn is a laboring man, nnd
during his absence through the day
and nt other times, Simonson courted
his wife, nnd ns tho sequel shows,
succcded in gaining complete pos
session of her licklo affections.
"When the cat,s nwny tho miee'll
play," was truo in this cac.
Last week Mrs. Ilagmu&cu in
formed her husband that sho was
tired of Omaha, nnd wanted to go
somewhere else. Sho desired lo sec
the great city of Chicago. In fact,
sho wanted to leave her husband,
nlthough sho did not tell him so in
n direct way. At last, he concluded
lo let hergo, and rather than have
his two litlo daughters left upon
his hands, he gave his wife $200
to tako them with her, hoping that
when she had finished her travels bho
would return n contented woman.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Ilasmus
Bon took the train for Chicago,
accompanied by her two
daughters, nnd, as it was afterwards
discovered, by Simonson nlso.
Yesterday morning Kasmusscn
learned the fact of the elopement, nnd
during tho day felt considerably
downheartcd at tho manner in which
ho had been deceived and swindled.
This is tho second trick of tho kind
that his unfaithful wifo has played
upon him. About two years ago she
ran nway with a young man named
Lewis, and went to Plattsmouth.
Her brother, a month nftcrwards,
succeeded in bringing her back to
her husband, who forgave hor, nnd
took her to his arms ngain, upon her
promising to be a faithful wife in the
KasinusHeii has n bright littlo boy
left, upon whom he places the bright
est hopes. Ho no longer has any
faith in womnnkind, nnd wants to
sell out his household stuff nt a sac
rifice, proposing hereafter to live tho
life of a bachelor, having become
thoroughly convinced, through his
own experience, that
"ThU record will forever aland,
" 'Woman, thy vowa are traced in sind.' "
"Tie Up thnt Gnrtrr."
Yesterday was a most pleasant day,
and thoso who owned or could obtain
horses either non-epizootic or which
had recovered from tho disease, took
a drivo in tho nfternoon. A certain
young gentloman, who is at present
very assiduous in his attentions to
his lady-love, obtained a horso that
had just got well from the epidemic,
and took his girl out riding. Sho
had her legs (wo mean tho legs of the
horse, as it was a mare) bound up in
red flannel. Whilo driving alimrr
Sixteenth Btrcot the strings hecamo
partially untied, and let tho flannel
flap in tho air. It was noticed by n
precocious youth, who yelled out to
tho driver, "Say, you fellow, stop
your horse and fasten tin its sartor.
Its stocking is coming down." Tho
young lady blushed crimson, whilo
tho young man was rather embar
rassed j but nevertheless ho retained
sufficient presenco of mind to nlight
from tho buggy, nnd pull up that
"stocking," and tio that "gartor."
Four Scott Coal at $3.00 per ton,
nt Uoglc's, 510 12th street. It
C. L. Jr.NKiNS Co., COD Thir
teenth street, does THE 1JE3T print
GiiNtfi.vi: jellies nt Pundl's.
FnoM tho great number of slipper
patterns Mrs. Atkinson is selling, we
judgosoiuoof our gentlemen friends
will bo tho recipients of useful as well
as ornamental holiday presents. Now a
word to tho wiso is sufficient. Ono
of her stylish holiday bonnets and
hats would mnko a magnificent re
Giu:at bargains in clothing nt
Polack's closing out sale, 233 Douglas
street. deel 1-1 m
Oni: car choico apples just received
nt Spencer's. ilcc21tf
A vviAi assortment of wax flower
material just recoived at Goodmans.
Childrcns' clothing and overcoats
b)lowcostiii,nt Polack's, Douglai st.
GONE WHERE THE
ETH. Eight Hundred Dollars and
a Gold Watch and Chain.
A Well Known Young Man
Falls in with tho "Girls"
and is Drugged.
For the past year there has lived
in this city a young gentleman, who
has done nothing but pay his iward
nnd washing bills promptly, nnd in
joying himself in the abundant mean
time. Ho never seemed to bo out of
money, and always spent it freely.
On general principles ho is consid
ered a bully boy, and a "halo fellow,
well mot." Ho is a most gentlemanly
young man, and never indulges in a
stronger oath than "by Jove," and
never drinks anything except tho
very best that the city affords.
Well, to make a long story short,
this young gentleman of leisure wont
on a general hurrah a few days ago,
and took n trip nbout tho city, making
tho grand rounds. Tho consequence
was that during his travels ho fell in
with the fancy deini-iuonde, and hav
ing eight hundred dollars
in his pocket, he proceed
ed to spread himself, setting up the
champagne liberally. Next morning
the young man woko up, and upon
regaining his senses found himself in
a strange place, and his eight hundred
dollars and his wntch and chain van
ished like the dew beneath a summer
morning's sun. Ho told several of
his friends of the affair, nnd gave it
as his opinion that ho must have been
drugged nnd robbed.
He did not know what to do about
it, but filially concluded not to at
tempt to recover his money nnd
watch, as by so doing ho would ex
pose himself to tho public, which ho
did not care to do. This is the same
course pursued by the majority of
young men who nro thus beaten, and
who rather grin and bear their loss
than to suffer tho shame of exposure,
and therefore wc do not hear of half
the "ways that are dark and the
tricks that are rain."
Tho young man, however, is happy
ngain, as ho has received another in
stallment from home, cither from his
fatherorfromhisown resources. Here
after ho proposes, when undertaking
a similar trip, to take only enough
money along to pay his actual ex
J. C. Osgood, of Ottumwa, cash
ier of tho Union Coal and Mining
Company, is in the city. ,
Mr. O. F. Davis, Land Commis
sioner of the Union Pacific, returned
from tho East yesterday morning, ac
companied by his wife.
Among the latest arrivals at tho
Wyoming are the following : D. II.
Ainswortli; J. Connor nnd wife,
Kansas City; S. J. Hurnctt.St. Louis;
D. C. Tracy, Pino 111 tiffs, Wyoming ;
W. C. Whipple, McPhcrson ; David
and Win. A. Leach, Kellovuc.
NEW YEAK'S GIFTS; buy them
CHEAP nt W. & It's BAZAK.
P.S. DIARIES for 1872. It
GnNuiNi: tomato catsup at Pundt's.
Gr.o. II. PirnmsoN, Cigar Manu
facturer, has constantly on hand tho
best brands of cigars; also, "Fruit
and Flowers," Lono Jack nnd Dur
ham smoking tobaccos. oc20ylcod
Pactjus having buck numbers of
tho IJisn for tho months of January,
February, March, April, and of tho
1st, 17th, 18th, 22d, 23d and 27th of
May, will greatly obligo us by send
ing them to this office. tf.
Ilijy your hams, shoulders. Won.
- , , ..w..,
i;iru, spare rins and sausage at Gics
seliuan & Potter's Pork Packing
Establishment, 179 Famham.
Hats and caps below cost at Pol
TnuNics, valises and leather satch
els at factory prico.
dccltf Omaha, Neb.
At tho Omaha Ilalr Store, 14th,
between Douglas and Dodge. Hair
switches nt SI. Sido curls nt 70c.
All kinds of hair works nt half price.
Hair of nil lengths and colors. 21tf
Sui'i'int patterns nt co3t, at Mrs..
Wantkd to Kknt A good, com
fortnblo house, of six rooms, conve
nient to our placo of business.
Wrkiht it Co., 181 Douglas. tf
Cunwr.u tho photojirapher.
Di.Acrc Am'acab a
dec7tf at Crtiickshnnk'.
Uaiioainh in millinery at Mrs.
Atkinson's fashionable emporium,
rorner Capital avenuo nnd 17th sts.
Fi.nt. jewelry, gcnulno wntches,
diamond sots, studs nnd slcovo but
tons, nthnlf tho original value, at M.
Klgutter, Omaha, Neb. doc-1 tf.
ENausn American guns nnd pis
tols nt Tory reduced pricei, nt M.
Klgutter, Omnlia, Nub. dec-ltf
At half past ono o'clock, yester
day afternoon, Mr. Charles McGulro
died of chronic dysentery, nt his resi
dence on Howard street, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Tho deceased was Iwrn in Canada,
in May, 1838, nnd was therefore yot
a young man. He was the second
oldest ion of a family of fight tliil
dii'iij all or whom are living, lie
was married in Adell, Iowa, fourteen
years ago, and he leaves a wife and
four children to mount his early
For five months the deceased was a
most patient sufferer from this slow
nnd insidious disease; and during his
long and painful illness ho cherished,
till within a few days, the fond hope
of nn early and thorough restoration
to health. When it became appar
cut to him, however, that his time
upon earth was of short duration, ho
prepared himself to meet his fate
with the utmost calmness and resig
nation of spirit. Ho retained his
consciousness almost to tho very last
moment, nnd during his last hours he
spent his timo in nrranging his spir
itual and worldly affairs, nnd giving
minute directions to his friends ns to
the manner and plncoof his burial.
The decca-ed leaves behind him,
besides his .family, n, large circle of
warm personal friends, who all deep
ly regret his. early death. Ho may
bo considered as ono of Omaha's old
est citizens, having conic lo this city
nine- years ago, during which timo
he was nn active, industrious, nnd en
terprising citizen, and it was through
these qualities that ho accumulated
The funeral will take placo to
morrow nfternoon at 2 o'clock, from
Extha fine chocolate at Pundt's.
A vi:uy nice lot of shawls at low
est rates. Black and colored cash
meres, alpacas, French mcrinocs nnd
other dress goods, just received nnd
nt lowest prices to suit tho holidays.
A largo lot of country knit 1-2 hose.
just received. A choico lot of white
and colored flannels at living prices.
Notions and dress trimmings. A very
fine lot of black silks just received
at reduced rates. Call at J. II.
Brnckin's, corner 15th nnd Douglas
Kvr.UYiiODY that has seen Shceley'a
magnificent nssortment of meats, say
tnero is nothing like it.
Wmi'1'i.i: & Sandiuis, No. 2G1
Douglas street, invito tho attention
of nil to their stockof watches, rings,
jewelry sets, charms, etc. No cheaper
place than this can bo found in
Omaha for tho purchase of holiday
gifts." dccl7 lOt
Holiday Gooi3 at Aucnov
This (Tuesday) evening wo com
mence tho closing out sales of Mr. D.
B. Sargent's stock. There is a fino
assortment of all kinds of jewelry
and fancy goods, including gold and
silver watches, chains, sets, rings,
ornaments, plated ware, opera glasses,
caso scissors, fino pocket cutlery,
hnndkorchief nnd glovo boxes, fancy
pocket books, Ac, &c. Sales will
continue every evening until the last
item is sold. Call nnd examine
during tho day.
Davis & Kicn, Auctioneers.
Card to Coal .Consilium.
In Sunday's issue of tho Tribune
and Republican there appeared an
advertisement stating that D. Bogle
Jr., would sell Fort Scott coal nt
$8.00 per ton. Wo would respectfully
state that tho coal can not bo deliv
ered at that prico without actual
loss to tho dealer, and tho only way
it can bo sold nt tho prico ndvertiscd
is by mixing it with tho cheapest
quality of coal received in this mar
ket. Wo shall sell tho geuuino unadul
terated Fort Scott coal nt tho old
prices, ns the abovo dealer has but
five cars of .'questionable Fort Scott
coal with which to supply tho trade,
and wo would adviso consumers to
examine beforo receiving.
WiCKnnsuAM & Eu.iott.
J. E. Edwiids.
W. L. Scott.
It AgontofU. O. & M. Co.
Si:i: McKelligon's card on tho fourth
NOTICi:.-Adrertlimcnts of To Let, Tor
Sale, Iibl, Wuntr, round, lloardln, Ac., not
wcedlBK 1'OUlt LINISench, will he Inrtcd
In thcfo columns once for TWKNTY-I'IVK
CENTO ; each additional lino PIVC CKNTS.
T OST A few city warrants, 8sl;ncd to Tim
I J olhy Kelloy. The Under will be rewarded
hy IravfnK theui at his home, on Chlciuo and
lath ttrerts. u
DUY 1IAIU) WOOD for sale by P. P. B.i.-g ,
212 Davenport between Twollth and
.thirteenth streets. tf.i
FOn Itl.NT u large front room, fiirntshcJ,
X K. corner Dudgoaml Fifteenth streets.
':s-2l JOSEPH DUNN,
rpili: rUHNITUlti: ami flxturoi of th
X. Planters' House can lm pnrihaied nt rcn
sonalilD terms, as tho present proprietor, havlinj
other builneis, cannot devote his time to hotel
Leeplug. Thofurnlturolsln first-class condt
Hon, and rent reasonable, l'or particulars p
ply at said liouv, on Dodge, between hWttcntli
aud Seventeenth. dec'J4-3w
AflOOD hcuiie-kcepcr wanlrd by Doctor
Edwards, 187 Karnham street. IM-'.'t
A NfiperlencM seamstress wants a situation
2 orwork. Address, JI. IIkk Ofllre.
F0II UENT A small house, orner 10th and
Harney sis. Iuiulre at Phh Sitorc, 20J
Douglas st. dcclM
WOOD WOOIMI Nice, neat, and dry. 1oiiS
and short, dellrerwl In any part of the
Citv llV ltrlLn. 2IQ I)jv.nr.n.l .l.ut !...
Twelftli MiU Thrrieenth. ' ' '"'"""
pLAUKAritUNCIIareageiilsfor the eele
J liratsil Ilrunawlek Hour, Ilia teat Winter
Wheat Hour lii learktl : also, tka Iaju o..v
I Isnr, Ike k.st thr Is sold. anr'.'Dilll
Ir.i P. Iliitliy A Co., Plop's.
Oxa'ua, Kebriuik.1. ii, E. tor, (Jvii an 1 Tarnhara '
('Hiinral ufHen if the II. I'. It. U, dlruilj
Al.ii colltiiilIfiil In II,., .. ...l 1 1. 1 ... ..a.,...
and baiiyn dupoN.
IV'rioir Tr.ni.fi r I . mp.i UK,' .lire, il,
OlllllllilK-1'4 M,lft f..f Hit IUIIM I, ,m ,,u '
imliil, nihl nil iMMiift-i l liaii.drrrtl from Ihl.
Illicit iHitlli.il o( iho uiritai uii.i il.'i. irlmo i
" ""'"' ainulif.
con. i:i.Kri:.vni ami cass.
Xc.ir V P. .Simp.).
Bonrcl by tho Day or Woek. I
, TERM3 REA30NA11LU.
L. IIOUINS . . Proprietor
Klrt-clans nrcotnnindallon fur tr.ivcllorf, and
Koou atnbllinj for team nt
C. r. IlOSSm:.!, Proprietor.
Grand Island, Neb.
Convenient to llallrnail depots and l!nilnc"n
linimci. lt,.t nmiiiiniodatloni III the city.
Charuea remoiuble. (ioo , l.lrcry Slulila con
Cor, Oth and Leavonworth Sit.,
LEOPOLD WILLING, Prop
Day Hoard J1.00 per d.iy.
Week, $3.00 "
FRITZ HAFFNER, Piiop.
South Side Domains, between 11th
nnd 12th Streets.
Cor. lGlh and Capital Avenue,
D.iy Hoard SI per weak, flood l.lrcry slnhlo
Leading; Boot Maker
And nil kinds of
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
. Mending neatly done.
Iletween 11th ami 12lli.
UNION COAL AND MINING
OiJlco L'nst side lillh, bet. Douglas
MIXinUsAN'DDKALr.USIN ALL KINDS OF
A. DltOSTE & CO.,
495 Twelfth Street,
Next to U. P Kxprms Office, Omaha, Neb.
minxT DISPLAY OP
LARGi: VAKICTIES OF
MIMTAItV AND CIVII..
Furs, Furnishing Goods,
Boots aud Shoes.
Auction nnd Commission lionrr, ill Twelftli
street, betwecu l'aruliam aud Douulna.
octl,J1"' P. U. TAKWELL.
Ball at Lentsclicr,i? Hall,
SOUTH OF SIXTH ST. IlltlVUK,
(Near the Union Paclflo Track),
Every Tuesday and Thursday Ev'ng.
Open at 8 p. m. Admlssloii-TImisJay eicn-
lugs, S3 rents,
Ilniipy Ilollor Tor Voiiiik ,, frum
U'n0.,t'l('t't'!0'.Irri'"?,"1 A1""M '"' cirlyllfo.
Jlanhoe-l mtoreil. Imncillmeuta lo marrlaue
removiHl. New iiielho.'l of treatment. New
and remarknolo reiiunlles. Iiooks aud circulars
sent free in sealml enrelopes.
., A:,,r';",i IIOWAIID AbhOCIATION, No. J
bniitliMnlli street, Phlladclplila, Pu.-an In
stltiillon having n IiNjIi repuiatlnii for honora
bio condvrt and professional skill.
Sonnor c& Guy,
Wtiolculo and Botall Dcslors la
A.11 ICiacl or 3V3Cocvt,
(Jnme mill I'l.li,
27 Boiifln ., Cnld well llltek.
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Cor. 14th & Famham Sts., Omaha, tfeb.
AGENT FOR THE SALE OF
UAMSAY & CO.'S CUT PAPER PATTERNS,
FOR LADIES', MISSES' AND BOYS' GARMENTS.
wholesale" aSSreatl. j
t is rs w nx. tvis)
NO RENrI "
Undersells Them AU 1 1
GUu(5NTPrn(1 Vtnm "' ? MOUllHS, and SATISFACTION
UbAKANTLLI) j, CUMMINCIS
Window Shades and Trimmings ,
COllNHJi:, .MATTIXd, MAT UIHJS, STAIR ROUS, AC
JOHN B. DETWILER,
cod.awr0,'l,,,tMN,',, sp- l,Kr "AUNHA.7I DflVULAK
STAPLE AND FAICY MY GOODS,
Carpets, Notions jinil Indian Goods.
239 Farnham St.
xjy iiiAiiDO J&MU jftXU'KACXTONS-
3VE. O". O'ICT.ET.XiL,
Has tho Finest Stoolc Ever Brou gh to thij Market.
T HA VH SMMIrml lltA inrvlnn. Af -. il.. 1 i n ... ..
IE.. HI. . SJLIMIOIRSr,
DRY GOOBS, NOTIONS, fcc, &c.
Wo. 275 Doulaa Strost,
u i .
a. u. AJSUOXT & CO..
"WAXiL PAPERS, DEOOIIATIOITS,
No. 188 Farnham Street. Omaha, Neb,
l'nuH8hor' Agents lor School Books used In Nebraska.
158 Farnliam St., bot. lOtli and lltli. w;.
M. J. MoKELLIGON.
Importer nnd Jobber of
"Wines audi Hiiquors
TOOB-OOOSJ -A.30-3 O I O Jk.
no. 142 Jbarnliam Street, - - - Omaha, Now
OLD KENTU0EY WUIUKIE8 A BPEOIALTI,
maylil!rA(,BNT K0" TUK KUW,MW0 WINK COMI'AMT. 0AMF0KNIA.r4
I 246 Uouglas Streot, Omcilaa, ITeb
la SI X 13 s
- VdIIlsTGhS ;
-cl QixtoontU t..
I'oroltrii nnd Uomontle